Black Friday Canada 2013: Canadian Deals Roundup

Black Friday Canada 2013 Deals Roundup
Black Friday Canada 2013 Deals Roundup
Canadians interested in enjoying Black Friday deals had to cross the border to the U.S. Data from Statistics Canada shows that 4.2 million people crossed the border in 2011. However, this no longer has to be the case as many local retailers have seen the opportunity and are cashing on it.

Black Friday, which comes a day after the Thanksgiving holiday in America, attracts many Canadian shoppers. The day is called Black Friday because it’s when retailers see profits or black ink on their balance sheets. It marks the start of the Christmas season, albeit unofficially.

Below we’ve gathered all the major Canadian retailers who are offering Black Friday deals.

If you know any more great Black Friday offers, let us know in the comment section below.

Mendocino
The Details: Nov. 28 – Dec. 2

What You Get: Customers get a 20% off incentive card on every purchase between Nov 28-Dec 1, which can be used towards their next purchase between Dec 7-18. This is on top of up to 60% off Black Friday specials.

M
The Details: Black Friday weekend

What You Get: At all 12 M locations across the GTA, customers will find Black Friday specials for $29 and under. From the season’s most coveted runway trends including faux fur vests ($15), vegan leather moto jackets ($29), outerwear ($29) and holiday dresses ($29).

Forever 21
The Details: Nov. 20 – Nov. 29

What You Get: Forever 21 is offering a Black Friday pre-sale starting on Nov. 20 across Canada and online with up to 50% off select items.

The retailer will also be having a Black Friday sale on Nov. 29 with special yellow tag deals on select products. The collection includes winter staples such as heavy knit sweaters, quilted faux leather bomber jackets and winter accessories starting at $3.

ALDO
The Details: Now, for limited time offer

What You Get: 30% off sale shoes and boots plus an extra 25% off select dress shoe styles online and in stores.

Shop Online Here

Sears
The Details: Deals are on now as part of their Sears Days campaign.

What You Get: 50% off women’s and men’s clothing, shoes, appliances, toys and more. Plus get free shipping to almost everywhere in Canada when you spend $99 or more

Shop Online HERE

Click here for more details

The Bay
The Details: Deals are being offered now through Friday, Nov. 23

What You Get: There will be flash sales and online deals at all The Bay locations. Check out their Facebook page for full details. Stores will open at 7 a.m. on Black Friday.

eLUXE.ca
The Details: Happening now for a limited time.

What You Get: 50% off select dresses, skirts, bags, pants and bags.

Holt Renfrew
The Details: On now

What You Get: Flash sales are happening now. Customers get 30% off 30 designers brands including Marc by Marc Jacobs, Cole Haan, L.K. Bennett, Tory Burch and Smythe.

Best Buy
Details: Nov. 29 to Dec. 1

What You Get: N/A

Future Shop
The details:

Black Friday Sale on November 23rd. All stores across the country will open at 8am on Friday the 23rd and Saturday the 24th.

Cyber Monday is Monday November 26th, but the online sale actually starts at 10pm EST on Sunday November 25th and goes to Tuesday November 27th at 3am EST.

Click here to see the flyer

The Source

The details:
The store is offering deals on on things like, digital cameras, TVs, and all the cables and accessories.

Shop online at TheSource.ca

Amazon.Ca
Details:

The online retailer is offering Black Friday deals all next week, but their website doesn’t offer much information on any specific deals.

2001 Audio Video:

The Details: Nov 21 – 28

Lots of deals on home electronics with many ‘doorcrasher’ offers as well

Home Depot
The Details: Nov. 21 – Nov. 27

The Brick

The Details: Nov. 21 – Nov. 28

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